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Yanie Marie Paz

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Lack of breastmilk
« on: May 21, 2017, 11:15:07 am »

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Hi. Im Yanie and a first time mom. I have a baby girl, 8mos old. During her first and second month, I breastfeed her. But since I dont have enough breastmilk, I also gaved her milk formula (mixed breastfeeding). Until I ended up with the formula. I still have breastmilk but I can no longer collect up to 1oz. I prefer pumping now since my baby doesnt want to suck my breast anymore. But the problem is, I want to have enough breastmilk again for my baby. Whats the best thing to solve this problem anyway? Thankyou

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Marjebelle Espera

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Re: Lack of breastmilk
« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2019, 12:25:35 am »

hi newbee here .. mother of two ako . sa first ko 2weeks Lang ako nakapagpaBF napansin kasi namin na hnd nadadagdagan timbang ni baby bumaba pa.. ngayon sa 1week oLd baby ko nag tatry ako mag BF uLit ang feeLing ko kuLang ako sa miLk . puro sabaw at maLunggy ako pero hnd sapat . pano kaya to ?

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Angelica Enriquez

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Re: Lack of breastmilk
« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2020, 09:56:05 pm »

Hello mga Momshies 😊 Bago lang ako dito . Gusto ko lang sana magtanong . Kasi yung baby ko is 1year old and 4months na . Sa akin pa din siya dumedede pero hindi ko sure if sapat pa ba yung gatas ko kasi halos maya't maya siya kung dumede sa akin lalo na sa gabi halos mapuyat ako kasi di siya nabitaw . Pag formula naman ayaw niya dumede sa bote pag sapilitan madami na ang 50ml na mainom niya . Pero ngayon kumakaen naman na siya ng kanin .
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Re: Lack of breastmilk
« Reply #3 on: April 29, 2020, 09:25:15 pm »

Hello Angelica. Ang article na ito ay maaaring makatulong sayo.
8 Paraan Kung Kailangan Nang Patigilin si Baby sa Pagpapadede
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Para sa mga paraan kung pano mapadami ang iyong breastmilk, basahin ito:
6 na Subok na Paraan Para Dumami ang Iyong Breast Milk
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Miah Jere

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Re: Lack of breastmilk
« Reply #4 on: May 22, 2020, 11:33:37 am »

Hello mommies, I have a 7 month old child, it's my first baby, ever since nahospitalise si baby for 2 weeks and hindi nakapag latch sakin humina yung milk ko, I've tried malunggay capsules 4 capsules a day, I also tried pumping pero hanggang 4oz lang ang kaya, minsan pag naglalatch si baby umiiyak nalang siya kasi parang wala siyang nakukuha sakin na milk, hindi ko naman maiformula si baby kasi nawala reflex niya sa pag dede sa bottle simula nung magkasakit siya, He was diagnosed with HIE (Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy) it's a severe brain damage, kaya hirap din ako paano gagawin since sobrang bagal ng development ni baby, ngayon nagfefeed na siya ng solid foods twice a day, 3oz lang per meal. Gusto ko lang sana malaman kung may pwede bang gawin para dumami yung milk ko? Nagsusugat nadin kasi yung isang nipple ko. Also may cream ba na pwede ipahid sa nipples? Thank you sa mga sasagot.
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Re: Lack of breastmilk
« Reply #5 on: May 23, 2020, 12:14:33 pm »

Hello Miah. I hope this can help.
Vitamins For Breastfeeding Moms: Women Share What Worked For Them
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Jeane Dionio

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Re: Lack of breastmilk
« Reply #6 on: July 20, 2020, 06:54:05 pm »

hi po mommy--- just continue po na magpa dede sa baby mo po--- kasi habang tumatagal kasi ang dami ng milk na lumalabas sa atin as mommy ay nagdedepende sa need mismo ni baby-- 4 oz kada pump was already good-- after 2 to 3 hours mg pa dede po ulit--- always drink lots of fluids po-- sinabaw na gulay po ang number one meal po natin--- and lalo na po ngayon may sakit si baby, just continue magpa breastfeed-- dadami din yan po-- ang paglabas din kasi nang milk sa dede natin ay nagdedepende din sa kagustuhan natin na magpa dede at minsan kung tayo ay masyadong stress humihina po ang paglabas nang gatas natin. Ito po ibig kung sabihin:

There are two hormones that directly affect breastfeeding: prolactin and oxytocin. A number of other hormones, such as oestrogen, are involved indirectly in lactation (2). When a baby suckles at the breast, sensory impulses pass from the nipple to the brain. In response, the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland secretes prolactin and the posterior lobe secretes oxytocin.

Prolactin
Prolactin is necessary for the secretion of milk by the cells of the alveoli. The level of prolactin in the blood increases markedly during pregnancy, and stimulates the growth and development of the mammary tissue, in preparation for the production of milk (19). However, milk is not secreted then, because progesterone and oestrogen, the hormones of pregnancy, block this action of prolactin. After delivery, levels of progesterone and oestrogen fall rapidly, prolactin is no longer blocked, and milk secretion begins.

When a baby suckles, the level of prolactin in the blood increases, and stimulates production of milk by the alveoli (Figure 4). The prolactin level is highest about 30 minutes after the beginning of the feed, so its most important effect is to make milk for the next feed (20). During the first few weeks, the more a baby suckles and stimulates the nipple, the more prolactin is produced, and the more milk is produced. This effect is particularly important at the time when lactation is becoming established. Although prolactin is still necessary for milk production, after a few weeks there is not a close relationship between the amount of prolactin and the amount of milk produced. However, if the mother stops breastfeeding, milk secretion may stop too then the milk will dry up.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK148970/#:~:text=Hormonal%20control%20of%20milk%20production,the%20nipple%20to%20the%20brain.


So do nott give up po sa pag papa dede sa baby ninyo po. Mas ngayon niya kailangan ang breastmilk ninyo po. I'm Jeane and I have 2 sons, my second son is also running 7 mos old and ongoing breastfeeding din po, while I'm at work iniiwanan ko lang din yong breastmilk ko sa kanya nilalagay sa bottle, pag uwi ko sa dede ko na siya dumedede.. While my first son, hanggang 5 years old siya nag stop mag dede, kasi my lumalabas pang milk sa akin nuon. nka tulong din ito para hindi ako madaling mabuntis.
Sana nakatulong po ako mommy.
I'll pray you and your baby po---God loves you po and your family.
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